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International Migration

Four Volume Set
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© 2011 | 1 528 pages | SAGE Publications Ltd
This collection brings the best research into migration across state borders together. Reflecting the complexity and diversity of work in this area, the set draws on the work of sociologists, lawyers, economists, political scientists and geographers as well as international relations scholars. Andrew Geddes' selection examines the causes, modes, patterns and consequences of international migration and demonstrates how its analysis requires connections to be made between the domestic and the international.
 
VOLUME ONE
Theories of International Migration: A Review and Appraisal Douglas Massey et al
Modes of Immigration Politics in Liberal Democratic States Gary Freeman
The Next Waves: Migration Theory for a Changing World Aristide Zolberg
Family and Personal Networks in International Migration: Recent Developments and New Agendas Monica Boyd
Why Liberal States Accept Unwanted Immigration Christian Joppke
Europe's Border Relationships and International Migration Relations Old and New Andrew Geddes
Public Opinion Toward Immigration in the European Union: Does It Matter? Gallya Lahav
International Migration and Foreign Policy Christopher Mitchell
International Relations, Domestic Politics and Asylum Admissions in the United States Idean Salehyan and Marc Rosenblum
Security, Stability and International Migration Myron Wiener
Security and the Political Economy of International Migration Christopher Rudolph
The Migration-Development Nexus Evidence and Policy Options State-of-the-Art Overview Ninna Nyberg-Sørensen , Nicholas Van Hear and Poul Engberg-Pedersen
 
VOLUME TWO
Shifting Paradigms of Globalization: The Twenty-First Century Transition Towards Generics in Skilled Migration from India Binod Khadria
Issues and Recent Trends in International Migration in Sub-Saharan Africa Aderanti Adepoju
Preparing for a Warmer World: Towards a Global Governance System to Protect Climate Refugees Frank Biermann and Ingrid Boas
Political Violence and the Uprooted in the Horn of Africa: A Study of Refugee Flows from Ethiopia Assefaw Bariagaber
Refugee or Internally Displaced Person? To Where Should One Flee? Will Moore and Stephen Shellman
Conceptualizing Simultaneity: A Transnational Social Field Perspective on Society Peggy Levitt and Nina Glick Schiller
The Escalation of US Immigration Control in the Post-NAFTA Era Peter Andreas
Liberal Democratic States and Responsibilities to Refugees Matthew Gibney
Birds of Passage Are Also Women Mirjana Morokvasic
Borders beyond Control Jagdish Bhagwati
The Factors That Make and Unmake Migration Policies Stephen Castles
The Triumph of Instrumental Citizenship? Migrations, Identities and the Nation-State in Southeast Asia Filomeno Aguilar
Mobilizing International Norms: Domestic Actors, Immigrants and the Japanese State Amy Gurowitz
Female 'Birds Of Passage' A Decade Later: Gender and Immigration in the European Union Eleanore Kofman
Aliens and Citizens: The Case for Open Borders Joseph Carens
 
VOLUME THREE
Death at the Border: Efficacy and Unintended Consequences of US Immigration Control Policy Wayne Cornelius
Tampering with Refugee Protection: The Case of Australia Alice Edwards
Do Migrants Remit Democracy? International Migration, Political Beliefs and Behavior in Mexico Clarisa Pérez-Armendáriz and David Crow
Immigration Control in Australia Robert Birrell
US Migration from Latin America: Gendered Patterns and Shifts Katharine Donato
Clandestine Migration in Europe Franck D vell
Borders for Whom? The Role of NAFTA in Mexico-US Migration Patricia Fernández-Kelly and Douglas Massey
The Cumulative Causation of International Migration in Latin America Elizabeth Fussell
Caribbean Migration to the Mainland: A Review of Adaptive Experiences John Garcia
A Reappraisal of the State Sovereignty Debate: The Case of Migration Control Virginie Guiraudon and Gallya Lahav
Globalization, Embedded Realism and Path Dependence: The Other Immigrants to Europe Randall Hansen
Transnational Migration as a Small Window on the Diminished Autonomy of the Modern Democratic State Martin Heisler
The Shifting Grounds for Immigration Michael Piore
Feminization of Labor Migration as Violence Against Women: International, Regional and Local Non-Governmental Organization Responses in Asia Nicola Piper
Migration and Underdevelopment A Portes
International Migration Henry Pratt Fairchild
The Transnational Nexus of Migration Rosemarie Rogers
Crisis or Adaptation? Migration and Climate Change in a Context of High Mobility Cecilia Tacoli
Transnationalization in International Migration: Implications for the Study of Citizenship and Culture Thomas Faist
 
VOLUME FOUR
On International Migration and International Relations Myron Weiner
Markets against Politics: Migration, EU Enlargement and the Idea of Europe Adrian Favell and Randall Hansen
Towards a Political Theory of Migrant Transnationalism Rainer Bauböck
Sending Countries and the Politics of Emigration and Destination Barbara Schmitter Heisler
Sexual Trafficking in Women: International Political Economy and the Politics of Sex Andrea Marie Bertone
The Emerging Migration State James Hollifield
The European Union and the Securitization of Migration Jef Huysmans
The Myth of Invasion: The Inconvenient Realities of African Migration to Europe Hein de Haas
The Ethics of Labor Migration Policy Martin Ruhs and Ha-Joon Chang
No Vacancy: The Political Geography of Immigration Control in Advanced Industrial Countries Jeanette Money
The Causes of Convergence in Western Immigration Control Eytan Meyers
Liberal Multiculturalism: Protective and Polyglot Robert Goodin
Migration Control and Migrant Fatalities at the Spanish-African Borders Jørgen Carling
Integrating Ideas into Policy-Making Analysis: Frames and Race Policies in Britain and France Erik Bleich
The Legal-Domestic Sources of Immigrant Rights: The United States, Germany and the European Union Christian Joppke
European Integration, Public Opinion and Immigration Policy: Testing the Impact of National Identity Adam Luedtke

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Andrew Geddes

Andrew Geddes is Professor of Politics and Co-Director of the Faculty of Social Sciences Migration Research Group at the University of Sheffield. He was awarded a European Research Council Advanced Investigator grant for 2014-19 to analyse the drivers of global migration governance through comparison of Europe, North America, South America and Asia-Pacific. More About Author

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